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Summer is a good time to catch-up on a research seminar that you may have missed during the academic year.

Below is a listing of recordings available from 2019-20 that were organized by the Integrated Health Sciences Core of M-LEEaD (Michigan Center on Lifestage Environmental Exposures and Disease). Many other recordings are available on M-EEaD's Multimedia page.


Bruce Tonn (Three3, Inc., TN)

Health & Household-Related Benefits of Weatherizing Low-Income Homes & Affordable Multifamily Buildings

Environmental Research Seminar


Jack D. Spengler (Harvard Univ)

Health, Nature and Our Built Environment: Change through Radical Collaborations

Environmental Research Seminar


Donatello Telesca (UCLA)

Prediction Error and Model Evaluation for Space-Time Downscaling: Case Studies in Air Pollution during Wildfires

Environmental Statistics Day


Roderick Little (Biostats, UM SPH)

57 varieties of regression, and some updates

Environmental Statistics Discussion


Betsy Wasilevich (Mich Dept Health & Human Svcs)

PFAS in MI: the state of Michigan's investigations

Environmental Research Seminar


Ivo D. Dinov (UM Medical School & SOCR)

Statistics Online Computational Resource (SOCR) DataSifter: a statistical technique to protect research participant privacy while enabling data sharing

Environmental Research Seminar


Linda Birnbaum (NIEHS) & Community Activists

From PBB to PFAS: Research+Action to Address Michigan’s Large-Scale Chemical Contaminations

CEC+IHSC Symposium


Jackie Goodrich (EHS, UM SPH)

Environmental Exposures, Epigenetics, & Health in Vulnerable Populations

Environmental Research Seminar


Renee Salas (Harvard Univ & Mass General Hosp)

Readiness and Resilience: Climate Change and Health

Environmental Health Practice Forum


Click here for a PDF with useful information about NIH Public Access Policy regarding citing the center grant.

Per NIH grants policy, all publications, press releases, and other documents relevant to research funded by the center must include a specific acknowledgement of support. For the EHS Core Center, this statement may read:

“Support for this research was provided by grant P30ES017885 from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, National Institutes of Health. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health.”
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Support for this center is provided by grant P30ES017885 from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, National Institutes of Health

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